Food not Bombs – UK Chapters

Food Not Bombs gathers food that would otherwise be thrown out by shops and uses it to cook vegetarian and vegan meals, which we give out for free on the streets and at events. In doing this, we aim to show how much food is wasted needlessly and to eliminate some of this waste. We oppose the spending of money on weapons in the face of world hunger, an issue that we believe could be solved with suitable logistics.

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Active Chapters

Area City Cooking Address Prep Day & Time Sharing Address Sharing Day Sharing Time Contact Name Phone Number Email Website Facebook Twitter Notes
South England Bristol Cafe Connect, 114 St. Mark’s Road, BS5 6JD. 12:00 PM Turbo Island, Bristol, UK Sunday 3:00 PM
South England North London LARC, 62 Fieldgate St, Shadwell, London E1 1ES ? Seven Sisters Station, Seven Sisters Rd, South Tottenham, London N15 5LD 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month 12:30 PM
South England Southampton ? Palmerston Road, Southampton, Hampshire, UK The first Saturday of every month. 12:00 PM southamptonfoodnotbombs@resist.ca sotonfoodnotbombs.wordpress.com
North England Liverpool Next to Nowhere, 96 Bold Street, L1 4HY, Liverpool 2:00 PM Teusday ? 0151 703 6806 http://www.liverpoolsocialcentre.org/
North England York St. Helen’s Square, York, YO1 8QP Monday and Friday 8:00 PM .
fnbyork@gmail.com or yorkfoodnotbombs@gmail.com
Scotland Dundee ? Steeple Church, Nethergate, Dundee Every Friday and the last Saturday of every month.
6:30pm and 12pm
Wales Cardiff Wyndham Diner, 3 – 5 Wyndham Street, Cardiff, CF11 6DQ Thursdays from 6-8pm St John’s Churchyard Gardens, Cardiff, Wales Friday 12:30 PM foodnotbombscardiff@riseup.net https://foodnotbombscardiff.wordpress.com/ www.facebook.com/foodnotbombscardiff https://twitter.com/FNBCardiff

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Calander

Click the tabs in the top right corner to view in list format, weekly or monthly.

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Map

Click here for the map.

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Inactive Chapters

Who to contact, as they may just need 1 more dedicated volunteer to get up and running again.

Area City Phone Number Contact Name Email 1 Email 2 Email 3 Website Facebook Page Facebook Group Twitter Mailing Address Notes
South England Bexley 07-816-088-210 Martin bexleyfoodnotbombs@googlemail.com fnblondon@riseup.net www.facebook.com/fnblondon twitter.com/fnblondon
Usually cook once a week in a hostel in New Cross
Midlands Birmingham 07-904-529-362 https://network23.org/brumfnb/ https://www.facebook.com/brumfnb/
South East England Cambridge 07-940-388-988 Amie Stephens fnbcambridge@gmail.com amie_stephens@hotmail.co.uk https://cambridgefoodnotbombs.wordpress.com/ https://www.facebook.com/FNBCambridgeUK
South East England Colchester 07-870-610-114 Rarely Active
Midlands Coventry 07-768-897-395
South East England Exeter
North England Lancaster 7402887285 Emma or Dan
15 Equitable House, Bulk Street, Lancaster, LA1 1GX
Midlands Leicester
South East England London
North England Manchester manchesterfnb@lists. riseup.net carlylyes@hotmail.com https://www.facebook.com/FNBManchester/
We are involved in groups supporting refugees and asylum seekers (ie Women Asylum Seekers Together, North West Coalition of Anti Deportation Campaigns) and so we are looking to provide food at anti-deportation demos, protests outside of detention centres etc where there are a lot of often destitute asylum seekers and their families.
North England Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
North England Nottingham Justine https://www.facebook.com/FNBNottingham/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/FoodNotBombsNottingham/ 4 lindley Terrace Nottingham UK NG74LG
We will be mobile until we have enough people to start a stall. Walking Map will be on our facebook. Bagged lunches and tea.
South East England Oxford 07963 157 268
North England Sheffield
Midlands
Solihull and the West Midland
South East England South London South London Food Not Bombs
South West England South West of England 07-928-739-306
Scotland Edinburgh
The Forest Art and Event Space, 3 Bristo Place, Edinburgh, EH1 1 EY
Scotland Glasgow
Wales Swansea

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Free Activist, Volunteer & Other Events Calendars

Full Calander of Free Activist, Volunteer & Other Events in the UK

Including:

  • Food distribution and street advocacy
  • Animal rights street advocacy
  • Baring witness to the animals soon to be killed
  • Gleaning food to politicize food waste
  • Philosophy discussion
  • Wildlife habitat management

Animal Rights Events

Including:

  • Animal rights street advocacy
  • Baring witness to the animals soon to be killed

Food Not Bombs Events

Food distribution and street advocacy.


Philosophy in Pubs

Discussion on a range of topics.


Further research topics

Could include:

  • Animal Sanctuary Volunteering
  • Mountain Rescue Training

Further Suggestions welcome

You can view the tables I used to import into the calander here. And if you want to make your own or help add to these I can walk you through how I did it. Simply email theosladework@gmail.com or type @Theo#1188 to mention me in my discord.

Updated Playlist: Deleted Vegan Video Archive

Archiving deleted content, giving a snapshot of what vegan content looked like years ago. Mostly from channels who stopped producing content, but some snapshots from channels past where there’s been a big change in direction.

For a longer list of deleted vegan videos not just on my channel, see here.

 

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Had a big change in direction

Active Channels

Image result for fitonraw profileUnnatural Vegan (Fit on Raw)

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VegSourceapple

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Rehana Sara, Rehana Jomeen

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Image result for richie fruitbatRichard Spry (Richie Fruitbat)

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Came back, but on break again

TheVeganAtheist

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Essena O’Neill (Archive)essena o'neill

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Charmed Elegance

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Darren McStravickhttps://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRTUCwri6Lri59iFdgYcK440of-gH4g6suPKpZfFpP-tIKFPgJN

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Came back, but no longer covering vegan issues

Related imageAmanda Hendrick

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Mathew Blunt (Powsimian)powsimian

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Critical Thought

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Deleted all their videos

Ali Tabrizi (The Friendly Activist)

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The Vegan Mojo

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Deleted Channel

Vegan Maxvegan max

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JackGreenhttps://web.archive.org/web/20190606221614im_/https://yt3.ggpht.com/a/AGF-l794m-MmlGPqHZzdkZHNDleTJA_4CjebfpbQfA=s100-mo-c-c0xffffffff-rj-k-no

Disclaimer: Is now a classical Nazi, has defended sending parcel bombs to leftist public figures and advocates future crimes against humanity.

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Ex-Vegan

Lexie Lombard

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Charles Marlowe (The Vegan Cheetah)Image result for vegan cheetah

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joe veganJoe Vegan

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Copyright striked (now on archive.org)

I’m careful about what I re-upload and do so assuming with most it’s simply content the creator no longer wants front and center of their channel, but wouldn’t mind it being archived elsewhere. I would almost always take down videos if asked, the one exception is whistleblowing bigoted right wing propoganda the creator is trying to cover up.

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Ask Yourselfold ay

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Vegan Grey Areas & Campaign Allies

Another taste of what I’m writing. Anyone can contribute to these simply by signing up to the Philosophical Vegan Forum & Wiki, plus making a little introduction post so we know you’re not a spam-bot.

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Vegan Grey Areas

In Short

Understandable circumstances

  • Eating Disorder
  • Chronic Disease / Multiple Food Allergies
  • Pest Prevention
  • Survival

Some might be surprised that some vegans support

  • Wildlife management
  • Non-intrusive wild beekeeping
  • Freeganism
  • Caring for rescued animals
  • Lab grown meat

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Animal Liberation’s Common Allies

Perspectives both groups/movements can gain from each other about our overlap and practical ways we can all offer mutual support in achieving our campaign goals.

Some vegan perspectives might feel foreign to those who haven’t before considered the emotional lives of animals, but under the right circumstance people can come to understand and sympathize e.g. a fellow volunteer at the domestic violence shelter who’s vegan and you come to understand their passion and dedication is only furthered by this philosophy.

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In Short

What do we mean by alliance?

Low Impact Lifestyle

Human Rights

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Animal Liberation’s Contentious Allies

Groups/movements that don’t live up to our ethical standard, but who we may find useful to collaborate with to achieve our campaign goals.

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In Short

What do we mean by alliance?

Animal rights legislation

Low Impact Lifestyle

Wildlife Habitat Expansion

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Top 25 Animal Liberation Periodicals

Most are free to view online, but the price is shown next to those which aren’t. See here for the same list sorted by theme.

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In Short

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Monthly

Vegan Life – £3.35

About more than a meat and dairy free diet – the magazine covers all aspects of living a cruelty-free lifestyle, from food and sustainability, to animal compassion and environmental issues. It is the go-to resource for anyone interested in plant-based food and culture.

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Bi-Monthly

Little Green Seedling

All things compassionate, sustainable and vegan! Covering; animal rights activism, vegan food, vegan permaculture, meditation and yoga, rewilding, green living, minimalism, alternative living spaces (tiny houses, vans, etc.), creating your ideal life & reconnecting with nature.

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Minnesota Conservation Volunteer

“This magazine is as much a Minnesota tradition as ice fishing and summer weekends at the lake,” said editor-in-chief Kathleen Weflen. “Some people refer to us as their little National Geographic. People feel it’s their magazine.” Though the Volunteer is a university publication, Weflen said it has always been given autonomy. “We don’t have to get approval from commissioners for stories, and we’ve never had a story pulled,” said Weflen. “I can’t say they’re always happy.” But the well-regarded magazine clearly is a good public relations vehicle for an agency that often is in the hot seat.

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The Animals Voice – $3 Digital & $10 Post

Laura Moretti founded The Animals Voice in 1986. Coupling her passion for the rights of animals with her design and writing skills, she began publishing the magazine as a means to unite the various animal protection groups in existence at the time — because there’s strength in numbers.

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The Ethical Consumer – £5

Each issue features detailed product guides, news of ethical products and campaigns, in-depth features, opinion, comment, boycott updates, readers’ letters, and much more. Discover the truth behind the products we buy and the companies we buy them from.

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Animal Culture – $10 Digital

Aspires to educate, motivate, and celebrate by featuring exclusive and timely interviews with artists, writers, and other animal advocates, along with book reviews, humane education, visual culture information, cruelty-free product reviews, plant-based recipes, and legislative alerts.

Addresses head-on the issues that animals confront—such as their lives in shelters and the harsh conditions they face in the food, entertainment, fashion, and research industries. The magazine shines a spotlight on those animals who are hidden, misunderstood, and not listened to—as well as those human beings who are fighting to protect them.

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Quarterly

Eurogroup for Animals

Research and Lobbying.

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Earth Island

Combining investigative journalism, thought-provoking commentary, and art to highlight the subtle but profound connections between the environment and other contemporary issues. We go beyond daily headlines to explore environmental concerns from a wide range of perspectives — from the personal to the political, the local to the global — and produce the type of investigative reporting and narrative writing found in few other environmental magazines. We put our principles next to our reporting and marshal the facts to make a passionate argument for defending Earth. Our unique brand of environmental journalism is a key resource for anyone eager to help protect our shared planet.

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World Wildlife (WWF)

World Wildlife magazine provides an inspiring, in-depth look at the connections between animals, people and our planet. Published quarterly by WWF, the magazine helps make you a part of our efforts to solve some of the most pressing issues facing the natural world.

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Viva! Life

No general description available. The latest issue features an interview with radio presenter Sarah Jane Crawford and a feature on their 25th Anniversary.

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The Vegan (The Vegan Society) – £3 Digital or Post

Are you looking for up-to-date information regarding all things vegan? Are you tired of reading through magazines only to find minimal vegan content? Well, despair no more! You can subscribe to The Vegan Society’s quarterly magazine The Vegan, packed full of vegan content ranging from news, food, interviews, current issues, book reviews and of course, some fabulous and creative recipes. Read about issues as diverse as raw foods, senior nutrition, vegan celebs and vegan festivals – there’s always something for everyone.

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Driftwood – $4.25 Digital & $12.50 Print

If you aspire to be the ultimate vegan globetrotter, this is the magazine for you. Each issue is full of vegan travel stories and profiles of prominent figures in the community. The magazine describes itself as a “travel and culture digest for the graduated vegan”.

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VegNews –  $5 USD

The latest news in the vegan world, travel, recipes, interviews with animal rights activists and plant-based celebrities, practical advice and much more are packed into each issue of this must-read magazine.

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Laika – $5 Digital & $8 Post

A melting pot of all things vegan from fashion, beauty, food, travel, and activism. The magazine seeks to reflect how amazing and vibrant a lifestyle focused on kindness can be.

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Thrive – $5 USD

If you are looking for tips and tricks to improve this New Year, this is the magazine you want. Thrive’s mission statement is to provide inspiration and tools to all who seek to better themselves. Each month influencers in the plant-based world are featured; musicians, artists, social entrepreneurs and athletes. You can also find nutritional advice and delicious vegan recipes in each issue.

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Howl (Hunt Saboteurs Association) – £5

No general description available. The latest issue contains articles on the HSA Committee, Getting Press, Sabbing the New Forest Buckhounds, Hunt sabs and the law part 5, Group News, Vermin Patrol and News.

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Irish Wildlife (Wildlife Trust) – €3.75-8.75

Excellent production values, high-quality photographic images, attractive and informative articles on all aspects of Irish wildlife.

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Outrage (Animal Aid) – £8-21 Post

Every member really does make a difference, giving us greater credibility when speaking out through the media, schools and high streets of Britain. And as a member, you will receive Outrage magazine, with ideas of how to join in the campaigning.

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All Animals (Humane Society) – £25 for all future printed

The latest on how you’re helping us fight for all animals, as well as profiles of people on the front lines, tips for caring for your pets and protecting wildlife, heartwarming tales of rescue and rehab, actions you can take and more. Beautifully illustrated and thoroughly researched, All Animals will inspire you and keep you informed on the issues you care about.

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Tri-annual

Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation – $18

Has served as a primary reference for wildlife rehabilitators and others involved in the care and conservation of wildlife since 1977. The goals of this publication are:

1) To serve as the primary benefit to IWRC Members by providing reliable, relevant and useful information for wildlife rehabilitators and others involved in the care, treatment and conservation of wildlife.

2) To act as a bridge publication between the wildlife rehabilitation field and the broader scientific community in order to promote the professionalism and credibility of wildlife rehabilitation.

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Bi-annual

Raptor Release

In addition to articles about The Raptor Center’s teaching, research, and service activities, the magazine contains regular features including news from The Raptor Center and upcoming events.

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Animal Liberation – $20

Jam-packed with interesting articles, reviews, recipes, and more.

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Irregular

Between the Species

A peer-reviewed electronic journal devoted to the philosophical examination of the relationship between human beings and other animals. While most articles are ethical inquiries, others raise issues involving metaphysics, epistemology and other areas of philosophical investigation. Between the Species is an open access journal: users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles.

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Archive

Barefoot Vegan – $2 for all past digital

The digital version of Barefoot Vegan Magazine was published between 2015 – 2017. Focusing on all things veganism, it also included content on spirituality, community building, social justice, and sustainable living. Featuring interviews with people such as Colleen Patrick Goudreau, Kip Anderson, Shaun Monson, Tracye McQuirter, Robert Grillo, Brenda Sanders, James Aspey and many more!

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Animal People

A newspaper that reported current events related to animal protection around the world. In 2014 the newspaper was retired, and the organization’s resources pooled into development of a new, online project that would better serve the needs of the humane cause in the 21st century. Today, Animal People continues to fulfill its longstanding educational mission through the Animal People Forum, a global platform where people from all backgrounds can submit content, network, and discuss and debate issues and perspectives relevant to the animal protection movement.

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SATYA

Vegetarianism, environmentalism, animal advocacy and social justice.

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Top 25 Anarchist/Socialist Periodicals

Most are free to view online, but the price is shown next to those which aren’t. See here for a longer list sorted by theme.

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Monthly

Anathema7

A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical.

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The New Inquiry – £2 Digital8

Each issue features roughly 60 pages of original art and writing. Although the magazine can often be experimental, subscribers can expect to find each issue containing interviews, short features, long-form essays, book reviews and a monthly advice column, “Dear Marooned Alien Princess,” by Zahira Kelly.

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Labor Notes – $2.5026

We report news about workers that the mainstream media doesn’t find worth printing—from workers’ point of view. We explore the trends that are keeping workers on the defensive and analyze labor’s responses: what’s working and what’s not? And as an independent publication, we’re free to include the voices who say we could be doing better—and tell how.

In Labor Notes, you’ll find reports on inventive organizing tactics and contract campaigns. You’ll read coverage of the people who are working to kick some life into their unions and put their fellow workers in the driver’s seat. You’ll read sometimes shocking stories of workers’ struggles abroad, and inspiring stories of solidarity.

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Monthly Review – $231

“At a time when many people have fallen into despair, when our opponents seem invulnerable, it’s critical to have a magazine that challenges us to think, inspires us to action, and makes us realize that the impossible is only difficult, not insurmountable. That magazine is Monthly Review.” — Danny Glover

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Bi-Monthly

Baffler 1

America’s leading voice of interesting and unexpected left-wing political criticism, cultural analysis, short stories, poems and art. Our regular subjects include Silicon Valley snake-oil, the deadening weight of consumer capitalism, our faithless media, and the redemptive promise of people claiming control of their own lives.

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The New Left Review 1

A 160-page journal published every two months from London, New Left Review analyses world politics, the global economy, state powers and protest movements; contemporary social theory, history and philosophy; cinema, literature, heterodox art and aesthetics. It runs a regular book review section and carries interviews, essays, topical comments and signed editorials on political issues of the day. ‘Brief History of New Left Review’ gives an account of NLR’s political and intellectual trajectory since its launch in 1960.

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Quarterly

Dope – Quaterlyhttps://assets.bigcartel.com/product_images/223127218/Cover.+pdf.jpg?auto=format&fit=max&h=1000&w=1000

The latest issue features contributions from anarchist writers including Cindy Milstein and Lisa McKenzie, a piece by writer and dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah, as well as work by British Iraqi rapper and activist Lowkey and Sleaford Mods’ Jason Williamson.

In 2019, they aim to distribute DOPE to street vendors in Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol and Manchester, and Patreon allows DOPE to provide copies to those who need it for free.

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Fifth Estate 2

The Fifth Estate, founded in 1965, is an anarchist, anti-capitalist, and anti-authoritarian, anti-profit project published cooperatively by a volunteer collective of friends and comrades. We are committed to non-dogmatic, action-oriented writing and activity to bring about a new world.”

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N+1 3

n+1 was founded in New York City in 2004 by six young writers and editors who wanted to revive the American tradition of politically engaged literary magazines. At the time, the intellectual scene felt disturbingly fragmented and drained of vitality: political magazines didn’t care about literature, literary magazines didn’t discuss politics, and big ideas had to be buried in tiny book reviews. The founding editors wanted to make a magazine that could encompass all the subjects they cared about—one that didn’t shy away from difficult and ambitious writing, and that saw literature, politics, and culture as aspects of the same project.

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Radical Philosophy 6

Radical Philosophy is a UK-based journal of socialist and feminist philosophy, the first issue of which appeared in January 1972. It was founded in response to the widely felt discontent with the sterility of academic philosophy at the time (in Britain, completely dominated by the narrowest sort of “ordinary language” philosophy), with the purpose of providing a forum for the theoretical work which was emerging in the wake of the radical movements of the 1960s, in philosophy and other fields.

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Cultural Survival 2

Our work on the front lines of advocacy with international Indigenous communities is predicated on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and our programming works to inform Indigenous people of their rights, issues and threats affecting their communities. Cultural Survival believes that vibrant and durable communities rest on the principles of self-determination, human rights, informed citizenry and access to information, the freedom of expression, and the right to organize and shape the future in a way consistent with one’s tradition, language, culture and community – and we believe Indigenous Peoples have the power and solutions to solve many of today’s problems when respected and empowered to do so.

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Roar 10

Independent coverage and critical analysis of world politics and current affairs — from a radical social movement perspective. The world-system is in crisis. Global capitalism and liberal democracy are crumbling all around us. Now more than ever, we need subversive commentary, engaged research and critical analysis to make sense of our tumultuous times and help stave off the coming global catastrophe.As an activist-run journal of the radical imagination, we consider it our mission to contribute to that collective effort.

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Dissent 5

Dissent is a quarterly magazine of politics and ideas. Founded by Irving Howe and Lewis Coser in 1954, it quickly established itself as one of America’s leading intellectual journals and a mainstay of the democratic left. We publish the very best in political argument, and take pride in cultivating the next generation of labor journalists, cultural critics, and political polemicists.

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Red Pepper 6

Red Pepper is a quarterly magazine and website of left politics and culture. We’re a socialist publication drawing on feminist, green and libertarian politics. We seek to be a space for debate on the left, a resource for movements for social justice, and a home for open-minded anti-capitalists.

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Montreal Counter-Info 8

Aspires to provide a space for anarchists in Montreal to diffuse their ideas and actions across overlapping networks and tendencies, outside the realm of leftist or corporate media projects.

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Slinghot 9

Independent, radical newspaper published in the East Bay since 1988 by the Slingshot Collective. Accepts submissions of articles, artwork, calendar items, spots to add to the radical contact list, suggestions for distribution, and thoughts about what they should be doing next.

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Salvo10

Salvo is a multimedia project that focuses on working class perspectives and issues in the greater Los Angeles area of California.

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Consented – £6.2510

One of the grassroots online outlets which, similarly to gal-dem, have been grinding away, producing razor-sharp comment against a backdrop of increasing political adversity in the UK for the past year or so. Co-founded by Amit Singh and Mike Pope – best pals and Birkbeck university peers – the pieces they’re best known for provide scathing analysis on things like anti-blackness in the South Asian community and why the UK is still failing refugees.

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Jacobin – £7.5028

A leading voice of the American left, offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture. The print magazine is released quarterly and reaches over 30,000 subscribers, in addition to a web audience of 1,000,000 a month.

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Historical Materialism – £1729

Founded in 1997, it asserts that, notwithstanding the variety of its practical and theoretical articulations, Marxism constitutes the most fertile conceptual framework for analysing social phenomena, with an eye to their overhaul. In our selection of materials, we do not favour any one tendency, tradition or variant. Marx demanded the ‘merciless criticism of everything that exists’: for us that includes Marxism itself

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Tri-annual

Anarcho-Syndicalist Review – $530

Our outlook is internationalist. We stand in solidarity with working people everywhere, and in particular with those who, rejecting both state capitalism and state socialism as proven threats to the health of people and planet alike, seek peace and justice for themselves and their fellow workers through international labor solidarity.

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Bi-Annual

Commune – $2031

Commune is a popular magazine for a new era of revolution. The old political orientations are dead: the center cannot hold. While others offer social democratic fantasy from a past that cannot return, we bring you instead the future, a magazine of politics and culture that knows what so many already intuitively recognize: capitalism can’t be made more tolerable, couldn’t be saved even if we wanted to, and won’t be voted away. We take our inspiration from the movements of our time, publishing writing that reflects and clarifies the creative intelligence at work within them. The answers are in the streets.

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Organize! 42

A focus on developing anarchist communist theory, practice, and analysis of the world at large. It also contains reviews of new books from anarchist writers and has a regular arts segment.

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Upping The Anti 5

We publish theoretical and critical articles, interviews, and roundtables. Upping the Anti also includes a book review section where activists assess new writing on the Left. “Upping the Anti” refers to our interest in assessing the interwoven tendencies that define the politics of today’s radical left: anti-capitalism, anti-oppression, and anti-imperialism.

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Hard Crackers – $69

A new periodical looking at the lives of “ordinary people,” among whom there exists the capacity to overturn the present mess and build a new society. A place where black people can express their bitterness at the prolonged mistreatment they have suffered at the hands of whites, and where the resentment on the part of many whites at being blamed for a history they do not think is their fault can also be heard. “The alliance between a real estate tycoon and the people who live in shacks and trailer parks cannot endure.” This publication grew out of discussions among people who had been involved with the journal Race Traitor and virtually every article deals directly or indirectly with race.

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Introducing a new variety of vegan sub-Reddits

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New Vegan Sub-Reddits

Cringy Anti-Vegans

Anti-vegans only go to move is cherry picking bad vegan activism and calling it socially uncool, so this is a space for vegans to have fun and build up an archive of anti-vegan cringe. People already perceive anyone spending their time being anti-vegan as especially silly, so looking to draw in some unthinking meat eaters with humor too.

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r/VeganismDoneWell

Middle ground space for celebrating or analyzing veganism done well.

I’d like this to be a space for everyone, so as a basis for analyzing it’s hoped people who post can acknowledge it’s at least possible that veganism can be done badly e.g. an unhealthy, not properly planned diet. And in return, any meat-eating posters can acknowledge the possibility for veganism to be done well e.g. reducing your risk for health problems and improving the world.

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Vegan vs. Meat Eater

Middle ground space for debate and discussion.

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r/VeganismDoneBadly

Middle ground space for venting about or critiquing veganism done badly.

I’d like this to be a space for everyone, so as a basis for critiquing it’s hoped people who post can acknowledge it’s at least possible that veganism can be done well e.g. healthily and improve the world. And in return, any vegan posters can acknowledge the possibility for meat-eating to be done well e.g. the majesty of a tribesperson tracking down an animal and cherishing their unwitting sacrifice in culture.

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So that makes the lay of the land…

Cool as a cucumber

Neutral ground

Lands of cringe

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A taste of the posts on r/ Cringy Anti Vegans

cringy anti vegans 7

Anti Vegans want to kill vegan protesters 2

deniseDieDToDay

cringy anti vegans 8

dumpster fire 1

vegan-anti-vegan-comparison

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